Skip to comments.UN: Dozens of refugees from Libya sent to US
Posted on 04/23/2012 12:25:46 PM PDT by Free ThinkerNY
TUNIS, Tunisia (AP) -- A representative of the U.N.'s refugee agency says 60 African and Iraqi refugees stranded on border of Tunisia and Libya have left for the United States.
Hala Harouni, the representative of the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees in Tunisia, said Monday that U.S. authorities agreed to receive the refugees, who fled Libya and have been stranded for the last year in Camp Choucha on the border.
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We really need them.
Registered to vote and given $3,500 per month “settlement fees” plus an apartment costing the taxpayer $5,000 per month. They will be settled as a group in a swing state.
Why do we do this to ourselves.
We really need them.
if Obama Admin had any common sense they would just fly them to their home country , but common sense is a zero with this Admin
We are the dumping ground for the 3rd world and Muslims because this nation has no pride. I don’t see China or Russia allowing in the detritus of the world
Why? I’ll tell you why. We’re stupid and don’t force our politicians to stop this BS. We should start making these new sponges feel more welcome in their country of origin than they are here.
But, that would just be mean spirited.....
Bunch of BS all of this refugee crap.
This country is going to have bad things happen to it and they will be deserved because we’ve become a silly people who’re allowing ourselves to be dominated by silly people in the ruling class.
We’ve become a silly country.
Born: July 4, 1776
Died: Sometime in 2012.
Cause of Death: Suicide
Are they going to bring their personal AK-47’s with them? Or, are the American taxpayers going to have to buy them new ones when they get here?
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